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Motorhead: Bad Magic – album review

Motorhead Bad Magic (UDR Records) Out Now Prolific UK metallers Motorhead return with another album. Louder Than War's Martin Haslam reviews. Another year, another Motorhead album? Well, yes,...

Sonny Vincent & Spite: Spiteful – album review

"Spiteful is full of the diversity and melodicism that keeps the genre alive, and like punk itself, Spiteful is further proof that Sonny Vincent is a survivor, and not just stubbornly still existing to mechanically go through the motions."

Repo Man: Exchange, Bristol – live review | album launch

Repo Man | KonstruKt | Silent Front | Milon Exchange, Bristol 13th August 2015 A disorienting document of wailing guitars, mentalist saxophone spouts and poetic lyricism delivered...

The Decline: Resister – album review

Australian skate-punks The Decline return with a new line-up and their third album. Dave Beech finally pulls his finger out and puts pen to paper.

Mick Harvey: Cluny, Newcastle – live review

Mick Harvey  Cluny, Newcastle August 3rd 2015 A true legend whose command of the stage is masterful holding this audience in the palm of his hand as...

Jingo: The Ghost in the Machine – single review

Prolific Londoners Jingo return with their second single in almost as many months. Louder Than War's Dave Beech reviews.

White Fright: Turning Pt 1 – single review

Former King Blood lads return under their new guise, White Fright. Louder Than War's Dave Beech checks out their debut single.

Titus Andronicus: The Most Lamentable Tragedy – album review

Titus Andronicus - The Most Lamentable Tragedy (Merge Records) album review by Glenn Airey. Titus Andronicus unleash their fourth album this month and it's a whopping five-act rock opera.

Landmarks: Fighting Gravity – ep review

Manchester pop-punks Landmarks wear their hearts on their sleeve, but aren't afraid about getting them soaked in beer either. Louder Than War's Dave Beech rather belatedly reviews their latest EP.

The Milltown Brothers: Long Road – album review

Perhaps The Milltown Bothers have just released one of the most perfect guitar-led, Indie albums of the year.

Baby Chaos: Skulls, Skulls, Skulls , Show Me The Glory – album review

The noisy Glaswegian rock outfit come out of the wilderness with their third album - Review by Lewis Gilmore

Brother Rorschach: Brother Rorschach – ep review

It’s all very original stuff and thoroughly, thoroughly entertaining.

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